By Doug Gray, Senior Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO – It is an oft-discussed subject amongst the international community of Rio - how to make money in a city not known for its ease of business practice or its ready acceptance of overseas workers.
In a country understandably protective of its workforce and low unemployment rates (7.5 percent in October according to IBGE), money making schemes and gap-in-the-market business ideas are ten a penny conversations over ice cold chopp with foreigners across the city, but one expat . . .